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Charleston Gazette-Mail (Newspaper) - December 16, 1962, Charleston, West Virginia To dec. 16, 1962 sunday Gazette mail car Luton Wilt Virginia giants orioles Trade pitchers san Francisco a the san Francisco giants and Baltimore orioles a wholesale Exchange of 1962 pitching disappointments saturday and threw two Young catchers into a six Man Deal announced Only a few hours before the inter league trading deadline. The National league champions sent Stu Miller Mike Mccormick and Catcher John Orsino to the orioles for Jack Fisher Billy Hoeft and Catcher Jim Coker Miller who will be 35 dec. 26, was the National league earned run average Champion in 1958 and a 14-game Winner in 1961 As he led the giants bullpen staff. But the right hander slumped to 5-8 and a 4.12 Era last season As wildness plagued his effectiveness. Mccormick a 6-year Veteran though he is Only 24, signed with the giants for about $65,000 in 1956. He won 15 games in 1960 but was Only 5-5 in 1962, complaining that his left pitching Arm Hurt whenever he threw hard. Oddly he and Miller each had .500 career records 59-59 and 67-67, respectively. Fisher at 23 the youngest Pitcher in the Deal won 12 games at Baltimore in 1960 and 10 in 1961, but was 7-9 this year with a poor Era of 5.09. He is a right hander. Games at Detroit in 1955 and co the next year but has won no More than 7 in  any year since Houft 30, has been in the a 195 1. The lefty was 4-8 with a 4.c2 starting Pitcher the giants ha4 Jors for 11 seasons. He won 16 \ Era in 1962. season Orsino returned to the giants i veterans Billy Pierce Jack in mid season after a tour of Mil Sanford and Billy o Dell handled itary service and rapped 13 hits the rest of the Lead but it is in 48 appearances. Orsino 24,1 generally conceded the giants bats and throws right handed. J Nucci More Young starters to give Coker 26, a right handed Bat a the vets adequate rest Ter was formerly with the Philadelphia Phillies but spent 1962 with Buffalo in the International league. Fisher is apparently the key Man in giants plans. Juan Mari Chal was the Only Young regular in Alpine tourney Earl Hoffman above is a 6-5, 185 Pounder who will perform for favored Penn state in the Alpine classic at the civic Center dec. 28-29. He will Lea the Lions against Marshall u. In the opening round.  also shown above is Charley Dinkins a Cincinnati boy who has been one of the top scorers for Miami s redskins this season. Miami will play Morris Harvey in the opening round of the tourney. Is is favored in Alpine play oilers Clinch division title practical gift for Christmas for work or sport new York a the Houston oilers routed the new York titans 44-10 saturday to Clinch their third straight Eastern division title in the american football league. George Blanda Billy Cannon and Charlie Tolar sparked Houston to its 11th Victory against first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage passes passes intercepted by punts fumbles lost Yards penalized oilers titans 27 9 217 122 252 77 18-40 6 79 t 3 3-24 6-36.5 1 2 70 75penn state s Kittany Lions on the face of their Early showing must be regarded As the favourites to bag the first annual Alpine Glassic basketball championship at the civic Center dec. 28-29. The liens not a great basketball Power in years gone by have shot off to four straight victories so far and will try to make it five in a Row when they take on Pitt at University Park next saturday night. Meantime a Miami has had some troubles losing to both Bowling Green and National Champion Cincinnati in games played up to saturday s joust with Wisconsin to Madison. A  it the redskins take on Nebraska at Lincoln monday night Aid then oppose the u. Of Dayton at Dayton on dec. 27 before coming to Charleston for the Alpine. Marshall has t been Able to pick up a Victory in its first four games and one of the team to spank the big Green has been Miami in a game at Oxford. Morris Harvey also took the Huntington team into Camp too. The eagles had last but one of five games going into its contest saturday night with w. A. Tech. 5jh takes on Beckley monday bight at Fayetteville in its final game prior to the Alpine.  to a on the record it would have to be Penn state against Miami in the finals taking into consideration Miami s overwhelming Victory Over Marshall a team that Morris Harvey was hard pressed to defeat. It does t look like Morris Harvey can whip Miami and it does chs wrestlers top Clear Fork Charleston High school s wrestling team scored a 43 to 15 Victory Over Clear Fork in a match saturday afternoon. The chs Grabt los now have a 3-1 record. Captain Steve Bock and Doug White of the chs team remained unbeaten. The Charleston wrestlers will face South Charleston at 7 30 p. M. Monday. 98-Pound class. Paul Colic pinned Leon Stover in 30 seconds of second round 106-Pound class Bob skates i pinned Oscar Meadows in 55 seconds of first round 115-Pound class Bill Jackson c pinned Bob Toney in 1 27 of first round. 123-Pound class Doug White c pinned Gary Webb in \ 46 of second round i of Pound class Jerry Tucker c de Cislo Ned John Lewis 136-Pound class Jerry Massey of pinned Pat flt water in 1 16 of first round. 141-Pound class Thomas Crouser c pinned Randy while in 1 52 of first round 148-Pound class Steve Bock c pinned Gene Daley in 1 10 of second round 157-Pound class Mike Toney of pinned Steve Thompson in 1 14 of second round. 168-Pound class Frank Mac c pinned Bob Jones in 1 30 of second round 180-Pound class Ken a Lefland of won Over Tom struck by Defa Jill unlimited class Ray Dobson c pinned Mike Toney in 1 25 of first round. Glenville plays tech tuesday Glenville Glenville s Pic neers on the upswing in the state College conference play Host to West Virginia tech tuesday in their last game before the Christmas holidays. In their last two outings the pioneers fought Morris Harvey Down to the wire before bowing 92-86, and played Good Ball in a decisive 97-73 Victory Over Davis Elkins. Mike Eberbaugh has been the leading Glenville scorer averaging 25.5 Points a game in six contests. N t look like Marshall can handle Penn state three defeats for the Power packed oilers Best record in their three year history. The Victory earned the oilers tickets for the classic Selling j the right to meet the Dallas Tex at $3 per single session or $5 for both Friday and saturday nights Are now on Sale at the civic Houston captured the league Crown in each of the circuit s first two years. The oilers Defeated san Diego for the title last year 10-3. Blanda completing his 13th professional season threw three touchdown passes kicked a 30-Yard Field goal and added five extra Points. The 35-year-old quarterback completed 15 of 32 passes for 225 Yards before coach pop Ivy replaced him with Jacky Lee at the Start of the fourth period. Cannon the Fleet footed halfback from Louisiana state University scored two touchdowns one on a 33-Yard pass from Blanda and the other on a spectacular 64-Yard Romp for the longest scoring run of his professional career. He gained 103 Yards in nine carries. An explosive pitch new York Yankee Pitcher Jim Bouton tries a new pitch tossing a hand grenade As part of his army Basic at fort Dix n. J. Bouton was the winning Pitcher in Relief last season in the longest major league game on record a seven hour Marathon Between the yanks and the new York tigers last june 24, won by the yanks 9-7, in 22 innings. _ a wire photo. Nichols cops Hogan trophy for comeback Chicago a Bobby Nichols a 26-Ycar-old Kentucky Golf professional is the 1962 Winner of the Ben Hogan trophy. J Nichols s selection was made saturday by the Golf writers As i Socia Tion of America which con ducts a poll for the trophy awarded to the golfer who overcomes1 a physical Handicap and continues participation in the game. J the trophy was first awarded j in 1954 after Hogan nearly lost his life in a 1949-Auto-bus crash Only to come Back to win three National open champions two masters Green jackets and the British open. Nichols was in an Auto Accident in 1952 when he and three other High school students were in an automobile which struck a tree on Breckenridge Lane in St. Matthews ky., near Louisville. Weatherproof boots and shoes ans for the league championship in Dallas dec. 23. Boston s second place patriots with a 10-3-1 Center As Well As other agencies j record cannot overtake the Oil in Charleston St. Albans South ers even if they defeat Oakland a Houston. 141014 6-44 Charleston Dunbar and Nitro. Raiders in their final game Sun-1 7 3 0 0-10 t 111 1 n. J 84 run with Etc reception j. Waverly Curnes is director Day. Tep Lon of the Alpine which is being j sponsored by the Mountain state visitors Bureau. Alumni meet fort Campbell missile Victor big reds Virden voted Hunt award  special  Reg. $16.95 original Chippewa  Tan  Oil treated uppers  Plain to  Cork sole & Heel  sizes 6 to 14 Aaron s Cut rate army store 151 Summers St. Open evenings till Christmas 84 run Shockley kick Hou Tolar 1 run Blanda kick Hou Smith 5 pass from Blanda Blanda kick by Fig Shockley a Hou-cannonai3/pass from Blanda Bian defensive linebacker for the Park Beckley a Gary Virden 6-foot, 180-Pound co Captain of Parkersburg High school s football team was named saturday As Winner of the 1962 Ken Hunt memorial award committee chairman George Springer announced. The award for linemen begun in 1959, honors the memory of the late Ken Hunt coach for 28 years at Beckley Richwood and Bluefield. Virden played offensive end and included Jim Woody of St. Marys Greg Dragovich of Northfork Elk Horn Omar Bradley of Point pleasant and Gordon Lambert of Gary. Is i. A kick pass from Blanda Resburg team that lost to Blue Field in the class aaa playoffs Hou Dewveall 41 Blanda Kic .Hou Cannon 64 run Blanda kick i ,.Hou Mcleod 4 pass irom Lee kick for the state championship t u i Orlando Fla. Ufi Ernie the four Marshall alumni Wheelwright 220-Pound All army i a a Dan a 7 chapters in Kanawha county fullback from it. Campbell ky.,1 league will sponsor a social hour in i d a j to my j t the South gallery of the civic ver l of d air Force Center Between games of Thel a i Buffalo a tex., saturday in the third annual new York missile bowl football game. A senior he also did the punting for the big reds. I certainly a Houston Boston opening night in the Alpine classic. Gar less of chapter membership Are invited to attend however. Eastern Divon pop Don t know of anyone any tougher i 3 o .786 387 270 around the state said Virden s 9 3 1 .750 346 275. _ 7 6 i .538 309 272 coach Russ Parsons. 5 9 0 .357 278 423 Western division a Dallas. 10 3 0 .769 363 216 0 3 0-10 Dinver. 7 7 0 .500 351 334 7 7 o 0-14 Sand go .4 o .308 297 366 ,. His spirit and willingness to he s a Good hard nosed boy ikes Contact and likes to hit them All Marshall alumni re Nick Campbeli. I a re sep baht 28 Oass from Rowell grif Oakland 0 i 0 .000 193 3/0,a. I r Fin kick t a saturday s result work made him a True Leader of Camp Wheelwright 2 run Blanda kick Houston 44, new York 10 Camp Blanda 3 run with recovered urn sunday s games ble Blanda kick i san Diego at Dallas Lack Fig Griffin 27_boston at Oakland the others receiving votes this year try the hotel Grant clean modest rates downtown  we Are looking for you 1012 Quarrier Charleston save hundreds annual end of year Ford factory official cars and demonstrators 3 below average Market Cost up to 37v4 months to pay tonics drilled on the spot while you wait 1962 and 1963 models Moit of these can Are fully . With the Low prices you la pay for the. Equipment is yours free  new car titles  new car warranties  Low mileage Matt with Only 3,000 to 6,000 Miln Falcon country Squires Falcon 4 or. Station wagons galaxies 500 club Victorias galaxies 500 4 or. Town sedans galaxies 500 al convertibles Ford station wagons country Sedan Ford country Squires never before have we used this system of pricing and figuring Trade ins after making a special buy from the Ford factory we have lumped them All together to give you the individual buyer the Price advantage of this one lot buy of the be Acyl you la buy the car of your Choice As though you participated in this special buy from the factory. You will never make a better Buzil Home of honorable dealings no payments til March closed sunday  custom fitted by factory trained experts. Guaranteed to fit.  measurement is made within one thousandth Inch.  drilling and monogramming included free Plantation Virginia St., West at Maryland ave. Ebonite a striking imported professional Comet satellite Ball Ball  14-15-16 la. Men s or women s style  expertly fitted and drilled while you wait men s 16 la. Weight  fitted by factory trained experts. Drilled while you wait. 19.38 13.88 Bowling shop 3rd floor 1 y 1 open your charge account at Penney s today a  a. A. J 31

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